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In this multimedia story, Eduardo Franco Berton, takes a journey through the illicit trade in jaguar parts, showing how sellers and smugglers in Bolivia, Peru and Brazil escape laws, controls and inspections. This illegal activity, when added to other pressures, threatens to silence the roar of the biggest feline from the Americas.
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In this multimedia story, Eduardo Franco Berton, takes a journey through the illicit trade in jaguar parts, showing how sellers and smugglers in Bolivia, Peru and Brazil escape laws, controls and inspections. This illegal activity, when added to other pressures, threatens to silence the roar of the biggest feline from the Americas.
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China’s new climate diplomacy could make a major contribution to a future climate pact, but a global agreement in Paris will likely be general outlines rather than a detailed deal.
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The government of Argentina plans to build two giant dams in the Santa Cruz river, the last untouched glacial river in Patagonia, putting in danger the winter habitat of the maca tobiano, a new species that is endemic to just one province in Patagonia. Now, a coalition of national and international NGOs is asking the UICN to take a rol to save this bird.
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For most vulnerable countries, 1.5 C warming limit is critical. For countries such as the

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Like most of you, we at Internews’ Earth Journalism Network have seen our programs and our personal lives greatly disrupted by the growing outbreak of the novel coronavirus and are making efforts to respond to the pandemic on various levels.
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On a lush hill overlooking Da Nang Bay, central Vietnam, red-shanked doucs freely wander in one of their few remaining sanctuaries on Earth. At the Son Tra Nature Reserve, a mountainous peninsula known to American soldiers during the Vietnam War as "Monkey Mountain", sights like a douc couple hanging from a treetop can still be seen.
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Through the summer and fall of 2015, EJN supported the creation of 40 in-depth stories about the world’ s most climate vulnerable people and places published in leading outlets throughout the world
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Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is commissioning a series of stories that capture the effects of climate change on increasingly vulnerable populations around the world, looking to highlight what is at stake for those most directly impacted by the consequences of our changing planet. These stories will be published ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) in December of this year.
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If Chinese businesses want to successfully bid for foreign fishing licenses, they must comply with management regimes
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A study tested in six tropical developing countries has introduced a novel method to measure carbon emissions from selective logging activities that are a prime cause of forest degradation.
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The deputy governor of North Maluku Province, Natser Thaib, took time in 2015 to meet with

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